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6 Weekend Brunch Spots in South Philly

Check out the best South Philadelphia brunch restaurants.

Looking for a place for brunch this weekend in South Philly? Look no further. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best brunch and breakfast spots south of Center City.

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If you’re a Philly local or just visiting, be sure to check out some of these spots for breakfast and brunch.


On Point Bistro

1200 Point Breeze Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Phone: 267-639-3318
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When: Saturday – Sunday from 9:30am-3pm (Tuesday – Friday from 9:30am – 2pm)
Specials: BYOB

On Point Bistro is easily one of our favorite brunch restaurants in South Philly. Located in Point Breeze, On Point is at the intersection of Federal Ave and Point Breeze Ave.

This cute restaurant is always packed, has outdoor seating and it’s BYOB. Their customer service is also…on point.

I’m a fan of The Clucker; sweet potato waffle, fried chicken, 2 poached eggs, honey mustard hollandaise, maple syrup. If you’re looking for a lighter option they have sandwiches and other classic breakfast items. Did I mention it’s BYOB, don’t forget the champagne!


The Sidecar Bar & Grille

2201 Christian St, Philadelphia, PA 19146
Phone: 215-732-3429
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When: Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm
Specials: Food specials for brunch change regularly.

Sidecar is a great place to stop for brunch in Grad Hospital. Located at the corner of 22nd and Christian, you’ll always see a crowd here.

My recommendations for brunch are the Porchetta Benedict or the Cauliflower Bahn Mi. If you have a sweet tooth you absolutely must try the Fluff ‘a Nutter Stuffed French Toast.


Flannel

1819 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148
Phone: 215-465-1000
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When: Wednesday – Sunday from 9am-8pm
Specials: BYOB

Flannel, on E Passyunk Ave, is another Philly favorite for brunch. Flannel is a comfort-inspired restaurant with a Southern vibe. This all-day Southern cafe is a lot of different menu options for anyone in your group.


Fitz and Starts

743 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Phone: 215-278-2736
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When: Monday – Friday from 8am – 4pm, Saturday – Sunday from 9am – 5pm

Fitz and Starts is another great brunch spot located in Queen Village. Stop by for a quick breakfast or pastry on the go, or stay and get a table with some friends. There are a bunch of different menu options to choose from like their daily quiche, biscuits and gravy, or, my favorite, the beer-braised pork sandwich.

They serve Ultimo coffee drinks and boozy drinks. I recommend trying out their hot buttered brandy, breakfast beer, and/or bloody mary.


The Dutch

1527 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Phone: 215-755-5600
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When: Saturday – Sunday 8am – 2pm
Specials: BYOB

The Dutch is a delicious South Philly gem. Open on Saturday and Sunday from 8am – 2pm, this breakfast restaurant serves delicious food. It sits right on the corner and is BYOB, pair this with the menu options and you’ll wish you lived down the street.


Morning Glory Diner

735 S 10th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Phone: 215-413-3999
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When: Saturday – Sunday from 8am – 3pm
Specials: BYOB

I know, I know, this place isn’t technically in South Philly, but it’s worth the mention. This diner often times has a line wrapped around the corner, and for good reason. The homemade meals and service here are unmatched. They don’t take reservations, so you’ll want to get there early. It’s also BYO so bring a pack of beer or a few bottles of champagne to kick off your weekend. Oh, and it’s cash-only so be sure to stop at the ATM on the way.


Final Thoughts

If you’re waiting for a sign to book a table at one of these brunch spots, *this is your sign*. You can’t go wrong with these brunch spots in South Philly.

Is your favorite brunch or breakfast spot in South Philly missing from this list? Leave us a comment and we’ll check it out!

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Written by Ryan F.

Ryan is a Philadelphia local who enjoys checking out Philly's restaurant scene every chance he can. He grew up in South Jersey and now lives in Philadelphia's Point Breeze neighborhood. Ryan also enjoys traveling and checking out local eateries in every city he visits.